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September 16, 2022 Update

Dear Lindsay Park families,  

As we move into a long weekend, here are several important updates for next week. 

No School Monday 

  • Schools across School District No. 6 (Rocky Mountain) will be closed on Monday, September 19, 2022 following the Government of Canada's announcement of a national day of mourning to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  
  • More info here 

Hot Lunch Thursday September 22 

  • PAC will be providing a slice of cheese pizza for each student in Lindsay Park.
  • If your child has a gluten or dairy intolerance, please email LindayparkPAC@gmail.com no later than Monday (Sept 19th) and we can supply a slice of gluten or dairy free pizza.
  • Please specify if it's a gluten or dairy intolerance, and the student's name so that we can organize the pizza slices for each class.
  • Forms to sign up and pay for future hot lunches will come home soon.  

Terry Fox Activity September 22 

  • We are excited to join Selkirk Secondary School staff and students in their Terry Fox activities. Studnets in grades 1-3 will be taking the bus to Selkirk at 10:30am on Thursday and walking down to the Platzl with student mentors from Selkirk. Students will return to LPES by bus at 12:15pm in time for the hot lunch.  
  • Kindergarten students will remain at LPES and don't need a signed permission form. 
  • Forms for grades 1-3 students are available here 
  • To support our fundraising efforts, please bring a Toonie on Thursday. Money will be collected in each class.

After School Care at LPES 

  • School District 6 has partnered with Summit Community Services to bring after school care to Lindsay Park Elementary School. To get this program started and support our families, staff are needed.  
  • More info here. 
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